Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Wednesday Dose of Cute: Patiently Waiting for Santa

Patiently Waiting for Santa
Smudge, who loves leaves, takes a laid back approach to the holidays. (Mr. Midnight, on the other hand, is a little more impatient.)

©, the no fear of heights foodie farm blog (well, except for me, Miss Terra Firma) where that ladder lives against The Shack so my hunky farmguy Joe can climb up on the roof to sweep the leaves off (which helps keep the rain in the kitchen down to a minimum)—and so Smudgie can get up there more easily.


  1. Smudge is an absolutely perfect name for a cat. This could be a great Christmas card picture!

  2. Cats find the darnest places to get.

  3. Ah, we have a Smudge too! Often on the roof, but not in a pile of leaves.
    My dad was a bricklayer, and he would probably have said that your chimney needs repointing:)

  4. You take such great pictures of your animals. You always get an "awww..." or a laugh out of me. Today I got a little teary reading about "New Cat". I've tried your lentil soup (with kielbasa) and your almond/choc chip biscotti. Love 'em!

  5. That is so darn cute! It offers a great view and looks comfy too.

  6. Smudge is a cutie. Someone told me that cats love to be up on something higher - looking downward. If that's true, then Smudge has the best view of all!

  7. Lewie (my wife writes off the map)12/17/2010 11:03 AM

    We have a cat named Smudge too!


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